2022 NSU Fact Book

54 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIVE STUDENT SERVICES COUNCIL Co-chairs: Eva Goldstein, assistant director of publications and communication—Enrollment and Student Services, and Kimberly Rivera, senior manager—Enrollment and Student Services. The purpose of the Administrative Student Services Council (ASSC) is to propose and implement university-wide enrollment management processes and procedures. The ASSC meets monthly to promote communication about and adherence to policies and procedures. ACADEMIC REVIEW COMMITTEE Chair: Jennifer Reeves, associate professor, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice. The purpose of the committee is to review the reports produced from the academic program review process and identify strategies for achieving the university’s goal of academic excellence or eminence in each program, department, or college. Membership is selected from among the university faculty. BELONGING, EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION (BEDI) ADVISORY COUNCIL Co-chairs: Robin Cooper associate professor, Department of Conflict Resolution and Ethnic Studies, and Robert Pietrykowski, vice president, Office of Human Resources. The BEDI Advisory Council guides Nova Southeastern University toward inclusive excellence by cultivating and supporting the ongoing development and implementation of processes, procedures, and programs that promote greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout all aspects of the university. BUDGET COMMITTEE The committee is composed of Harry K. Moon, executive vice president and chief operating officer, NSU, and chief operating officer, NSU Health; Ronald Chenail, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; Alyson Silva, vice president for finance and chief financial officer; and Amanda Miller, university budget director. The purpose of the Budget Committee is to review and recommend to the president the annual operating budget, including the establishment of tuition and fee rates. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE The committee is composed of Harry K. Moon, executive vice president and chief operating officer, NSU, and chief operating officer, NSU Health; Daniel J. Alfonso, vice president for facilities management; Humberto Franquiz, director of finance for facilities management; Alyson Silva, vice president for finance and chief financial officer; Randall Seneff, executive director of facilities management; Jennifer Krugler, director of financial planning and analysis; and Mark Nyland, university treasurer. This committee was established to coordinate and combine the collective capital projects of the various schools, colleges, and centers of the university that are funded and constructed during the planning horizon of the next five years. The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is updated annually and the first year of the plan serves as the current-year capital budget. The CIP is based on the fiscal resources of the university; therefore, it reflects the timing and the fiscal impact of raising these funds through various combinations of contributions, endowments, gifts, current university revenue, or debt. The plan is submitted to the president for review and approval. COMMUNITY COLLABORATION COMMITTEE Chair: Don Rudawsky, vice president for the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. The membership of this committee is composed of one liaison designated by his or her unit dean or vice president from each of the 18 academic and 16 administrative units. The Community Collaboration Committee convenes on a biannual basis to discuss and make recommendations about NSU’s community outreach activities. Each liaison is respon- sible for collecting and populating the Community Collaboration Database with information about each of the projects and collaborations performed by their respective unit’s faculty and staff members and students on behalf of NSU. The database is a centralized repository designed in-house to collect communitybased information and to inform quality practices, in support of NSU’s mission, vision, and values. Councils and Committees INTERNAL INITIATIVES u

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